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Can Having Sex Help Teens Stay Out Of Trouble?

Teenage puppy love (like Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber's!) and its, uh, consummation may be keeping kids of trouble. That's if you don't consider teenage sex trouble already. A new study from the University of Texas at Austin reveals that adolescents in committed sexual relationships are less likely to be delinquents than their super-promiscuous or virginal classmates. That's right moms, sex can be good for teens!

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Can Therapy Keep Him From Finishing Too Early?

Experts previously believed, based on results of four research studies, that psychotherapy could be the answer to ending premature ejaculation. Here's how it works: Therapy helps ease the anxiety surrounding an early finish for both men and their partners. Since premature ejaculation is believed to be primarily a psychological issue, it seems like a pretty logical approach to combating the problem, right? Well, apparently it's not.

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Do Women Really Make Sex Noises To Help Men Reach Orgasm?

YourTango Expert Dr. John Grohol recently wrote about a study, published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, which found that women's sex noises are not generally a reflex or consequence of orgasm, but rather an effort to help the man reach the finish line. The researchers found that a woman's "vocalizations" most often occurred around the man's orgasm, just before or simultaneously with ejaculation.

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Women Are Choosing Love Over Math & Science Careers

It's widely known that women are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math, but who knew romance was the real reason? New research partially funded by the National Science Foundation and published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin says that as soon as women start thinking about love, science and math quickly flee their thoughts.

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Sex Is Money: In Poorer Countries, Women Use It As Currency

All around the world, a concept called "sexual economics" is at play. The principle goes something like this: Women have something men want, and it's called sex. Women's sexuality has a price that men's does not, so men trade resources with women just to get some: money, promotions, marriage proposals. This is why, according to a recent study, in countries that rank higher in gender equality, people have more sex.

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Young Couples Today Prefer "Stayovers" To Cohabitation

A new study suggest that "adult sleepovers" without cohabitation are on the rise. According to the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, an increasing number of coupled twenty-somethings have struck the perfect balance between casual dating and cohabitation. The "stayover trend" involves spending three to seven nights per week together while maintaining separate homes

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Study: Men Are OK With Lesbian Cheating

A new study from the University of Texas at Austin found that men are more than twice as likely to stay with their girlfriend after they've cheated with another woman than after they've cheated with another man. We ladies, on the other hand, are less likely to continue dating a man that has had a same-sex affair than one who's slept with a woman.